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Jesse Saylor

(Mugho Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine, Upright Golden Mugho Pine)

Mugho pine is a dense, shrubby, stiff-needled evergreen shrub native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Aurea Fastigiata' is distinguished by its relatively vigorous upright growth and yellow winter foliage.

The short, stout, yellowish green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. They turn a bold yellow in winter. In spring, tiny male cones and larger female cones appear on new growth. The reddish brown, egg-shaped female cones shed their seeds...

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Mary S. Thomas

(Golden Mugho Pine, Mugho Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine)

Mugho pine is a dense, shrubby, evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Aurea' is distinguished by its bright gold winter foliage.

The short, stout, yellowish green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. They turn a strong yellow in winter. In spring, tiny male cones and larger female cones appear on the previous year's growth. The reddish brown, egg-shaped female cones shed their seeds their second autumn, but sometimes...

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James H. Schutte

(Corley's Mat Mugho Pine, Mugho Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine)

Mugho pine is a dense, shrubby, evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. The dwarf cultivar 'Corley's Mat' has short, prostrate, mounded branches.

The stiff, crowded, bright green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. This cultivar slowly forms a dwarf, dome-shaped, hummock several times as wide as tall.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative lime-tolerance suits it for planting near...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Swiss Mountain Pine, Mitsch Mini Mugho Pine, Mugho Pine)

Mugho pine is a dense, shrubby, evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. The dwarf cultivar 'Mitsch Mini' slowly forms a low domed cushion of densely needled branches.

The short, stiff, crowded needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. The stubby branches grow a fingernail's length per year, eventually forming a tight, finely textured, hand-high mound.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative...

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James H. Schutte

(Mugho Pine, Rock Island Compact Mugho Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine)

Mugho pine is a shrubby evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Rock Island Compact' slowly matures into a small, dense, rounded shrub with upswept branches.

The stiff, crowded, dark green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. This semi-dwarf cultivar eventually forms a broad teardrop-shaped shrub of about head height.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative lime-tolerance...

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James H. Schutte

(Mugho Pine, Sherwood Compact Mugho Pine, Swiss Mountain Pine)

Mugho pine is a shrubby, stiff-needled evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Sherwood Compact' slowly forms a low, dense, mounded shrub.

The short, crowded, medium- to dark-green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. Mature specimens of this dwarf cultivar are dense, broadly dome-shaped, and approximately waist-high.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative lime-tolerance...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Swiss Mountain Pine, Mugho Pine, Teeny Mugho Pine)

Mugho pine is a shrubby, stiff-needled evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Teeny' grows very slowly into a dense, mounded, miniature shrub.

The stubby, crowded, medium-green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. Mature specimens of this dwarf cultivar are dense, dome-shaped, and less than knee high.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative lime-tolerance suits it for...

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James H. Schutte

(Dwarf Swiss Mountain Pine, Mugho Pine, Valley Cushion Mugho Pine)

Mugho pine is a shrubby, stiff-needled evergreen conifer native to the mountains of south-central Europe and the Balkan Peninsula. Its cultivar 'Valley Cushion' slowly forms a broad, flat, knee-high shrub with stubby upright branches.

The short, crowded, medium-green needles of this pine occur in bundles of two. This cultivar eventually becomes a dense, low, flat-topped hummock several times wider than high.

Mugho pine is best planted in full sun and average to well-drained soil. Its relative...

Image of Pinus mugo (Pumilio Group) photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Dwarf Mugho Pine, Prostrate Swiss Mountain Pine)

Spreading its dark green foliage into low, billowy mounds, the Pumilio Group of mugho pine provides more compact plant selections that are a better fit for garden use. Mugho pine is a dense, broad, bushy, stiff-needled evergreen shrub native to the mountains of southcentral Europe and the Balkan Peninsula that produces cones. It is best known by its numerous dwarf selections and forms. The Pumilio Group comprises compact seedlings of mugho pine, which can vary significantly in size and habit and...

Image of Pinus nigra photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Austrian Black Pine)

Austrian black pine is a ubiquitous large evergreen tree native to southeastern Europe. Pyramidal when young, it eventually forms a high-crowned, broad-headed tree. The needles are long and stiff; the bark is dark brown and platy. In spring, tiny male cones and larger female cones appear on new growth. The conical, yellowish brown female cones shed their seeds their second autumn, but sometimes remain on the branches 1 to 2 years longer.

Tolerant of urban and seaside conditions, this oft-planted...